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Just a simple question. I'm using an MBA and I would like to know if there is anyway to increase the font size in the tool bars when using the Safari browser. Thanks.
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Top left are two A A to increase the font size manually.
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If the AA is not in the toolbar you can put it there by going to the menu View / Customize Toolbaar.
Depending on the OS Version you are running you can also double tap with two fingers on the trackpad.
Also, you can pinch out and in with 2 fingers in the trackpad.
Another option is to go to the menu Safari / Preferences / Advanced / Accessibility and increase the minimum font size.

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